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Tree Lily® 'Cezanne'

Exotic, fully double, blooms tower up to 6ft in their first year, and more in subsequent years. The tropical pink flowers of Tree Lily® 'Cezanne' are completely pollen free, yielding just as much colour and fragrance as the single flowered varieties, without the fear of stainMore Info

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Tree Lily® 'Monet'

Exotic, fully double, blooms tower up to 6ft in their first year, and more in subsequent years. The soft pastel pink flowers of Tree Lily® 'Monet' are completely pollen free, yielding just as much colour and fragrance as the single flowered varieties, without the fear of staiMore Info

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Tree Lily® 'Picasso'

Exotic, fully double, blooms tower up to 6ft in their first year, and more in subsequent years. The ice white flowers of Tree Lily® 'Picasso' are completely pollen free, yielding just as much colour and fragrance as the single flowered varieties, without the fear of stainingMore Info

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Euonymus japonicus

If you are looking for a plant that you can mould to suit your purposes then a Euonymus Japonica is to be considered. It will make a delightful specimen plant with it's attractive dark green leaves but if you want to use it as a formal hedge or screen just keep clipped into shapeMore Info

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Salix exigua

Salix exigua produces elegant lance-shaped, silvery green leaves on slender stems, which wave majestically in the wind. In spring, fuzzy pale yellow catkins decorate the branches as the leaves emerge. Forming a thicket of upright stems, this deciduous shrub requires little pruninMore Info

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Small-Leaved Lime (Hedging)

The Small-Leaved Lime is often seen planted in long stands as avenue trees, but is also idea for hedges and screening. The dark green foliage make the small white summer flowers really stand out, and as the leaves slowly turn to yellow winged seeds develop in clusters. Tilia cordMore Info

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Lombardy Poplar (Hedging)

Poplars are a familiar sight grown as field boundaries, providing an effective windbreak to protect crops. They also make good hedging plants as they will bush out to form an effective screen if they are clipped regularly. The Lombardy Poplar has almost triangular shaped leaves wMore Info

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Oak (Hedging)

The most traditional of British native trees, Oak is easily recognised by its distinctive leaves and acorns. Its robust growth and branching habit mean that it can be grown successfully as part of a mixed hedgerow or planted as an Oak hedge. It will quickly form a dense screen anMore Info

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Green Beech (Hedging)

Green beech is a good candidate when you are planning a hedge or screen. The broad green leaves clothe the trees through spring and summer on intertwining branches and the tree will even hold onto its leaves after they've died in the autumn. The new leaves in spring replace the dMore Info

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Field maple (Hedging)

The only Acer native to the UK, the Field Maple naturally forms a medium-sized tree but also clips wonderfully into a dense, deciduous hedge. Distinctive lobed leaves emerge green tinged with red, becoming fully green throughout summer, before turning to a glorious buttery gold iMore Info

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Hibiscus syriacus Collection

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Hazel (Hedging)

Well known as a tree grown for its Cobnuts or Hazelnuts, Corylus avellana is also a fantastic hedging plant. Elegant yellow catkins hang gracefully along the bare branches in early spring, followed by large, rounded green leaves which turn to buttery yellow in autumn. Less formalMore Info

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Crab apple (Hedging)

A British native, Crab Apple trees are naturally small and make an ideal hedging plant. In late spring a profusion of white-pink blossoms smother the plant, which are fantastic for bees. These are followed by small yellow-green crab apples which become flushed red and often remaiMore Info

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White Poplar (Hedging)

The rich, dark leaves of White Poplar have a silver/white underside, giving an interesting effect as the tree is ruffled by the wind. A common sight in the English countryside, the White Poplar is used by farmers to provide a windbreak to protect crops. It is also happy to be kepMore Info

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Silver birch (Hedging)

Silver birch makes an attractive addition to a native hedging scheme. Its delicate stems and twigs form a dense screen, even when bare in winter. Brown catkins hang down in late spring and summer, against the back drop of leaves, adding extra interest - and of course the silver/wMore Info

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Sweet Chestnut (Hedging)

Sweet Chestnut hedging not only looks good, but can provide you with delicious sweet chestnuts in late autumn! Castanae sativa tolerates being kept clipped to your desired size, and providing the catkin-flowers aren't removed when they appear in summer, you will be rewarded withMore Info

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Salix Hedging Collection

Willow trees are often seen growing beside rivers or ponds, and with good reason: this species is well-suited to damp areas that are prone to flooding. Therefore, if your garden or field has poor drainage, you should consider planting a Willow boundary or screen. This Salix HedgiMore Info

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Holly (Hedging)

A well known British native, particularly for its red berries at Christmas; Holly is a prickly evergreen shrub which makes a fine evergreen hedge. The dark green, glossy leaves provide a lovely foil for lighter coloured shrubs and perennials and its tolerance to clipping makes itMore Info

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Golden Weeping Willow (Hedging)

Golden Weeping Willow is an excellent choice for a hedge on ground that is often waterlogged, or boggy. It quickly settles in and makes an attractive boundary. Salix chrysocoma has a dense form that makes it an effective screen; in winter its bare stems still provide a barrier anMore Info

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Pussy Willow (Hedging)

Also known as the Goat Willow, Pussy Willow is a deciduous shrub or small tree which makes a great addition to mixed wildlife hedges or planted as an informal screen. Well known for its soft grey, furry catkins which appear in early spring on bare branches, the flowers which emerMore Info

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Blackthorn (Hedging)

Prunus spinosa is better known as a Sloe or Blackthorn bush when naturalised in hedgerows. Blackthorn is named for it's small round black berries that are used to make Sloe gin and for the thorns which, along with dense foliage make the plant perfect for security hedging. A furthMore Info

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Copper Beech (Hedging)

Hedging needn't be just in shades of green, consider Fagus sylvatica, a classic copper beech instead. Copper beech is easy to care for as it just needs clipping once or twice a year to maintain it's density and overall shape. It's natural habit is to form a thick hedge as it's brMore Info

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Hibiscus syriacus 'Magenta Chiffon'

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